Florida real estate developers are adjusting on the fly to current events, especially the COVID-19 pandemic and the Great Tax ‘Hike’ (Northeast tax exodus). At least they are marketing wise.
Designer condo Missoni Baia unveils its new Townhome Collection tailored to restless Northeastern snowbirds and “hikers” (affluents trekking down South) who desire more sun, more square footage, and less taxes. The tower’s exclusive Townhome Collection is designed to meet the needs of buyers looking to escape densely populated cities and upsize their space while doing so.
Designed by Asymptote Architecture and developed by OKO Group, the soaring 57-story skyscraper (currently under construction) towers over Biscayne Bay in Miami’s East Edgewater district (with 200 feet of frontage).
Miami waterfront homes can typically start around $15 million. Missoni Baia’s two-story townhomes boast the value of a waterfront life with luxury condominium amenities. Prices begin at $3.6 million for a four-bedroom bedrooms, five-and-a-half bath, spanning 4,341 square feet.
Missoni Baia Townhomes offer double-height floor-to-ceiling glass windows, outdoor space overlooking Biscayne Bay, private elevators, and flexible space for a gym or home office. And if you’re from the Northeast, tax relief too.
Read the full story by Keith Flamer here: https://www.forbes.com/sites/k...